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Found this new battery saver app specifically for ur snapdragon. It's in beta version in the play store.

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Found this new battery saver app specifically for ur snapdragon. It's in beta version in the play store.

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Currently in training mode, but kind of doubtful of it's usefulness.

I feel like the cost of keeping google location on will offset the savings if not surpass it.
 
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Currently in training mode, but kind of doubtful of it's usefulness.

I feel like the cost of keeping google location on will offset the savings if not surpass it.
I never have Google location turned on so we will see....... Just the fact that there is a training mode give me some hope plus the app being specifically for snapdragon there may be some code in the app other general battery apps lack.


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I never have Google location turned on so we will see....... Just the fact that there is a training mode give me some hope plus the app being specifically for snapdragon there may be some code in the app other general battery apps lack.


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You need location access enabled for the app to function. I don't know why... Normally I leave it off as well.

EDIT: Also do you freeze apps? I'm trying to figure out which ones are safe to get rid of.
 
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You need location access enabled for the app to function. I don't know why... Normally I leave it off as well.

EDIT: Also do you freeze apps? I'm trying to figure out which ones are safe to get rid of.
Yes this is true but I have it set for WiFi only.

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causes quite a bit of wakelocks, so we'll see if it's worth it.
 
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causes quite a bit of wakelocks, so we'll see if it's worth it.
none on this end. update was just released.

Not sure if this makes a difference but i am running houstonn 4.1.2


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thanks for that bit of info, haha let me know if it updates again please

I am also on houston's JB build. It hasn't caused considerable battery life loss, but under BBS, it says that

ConsiaBattery (Battery Guru) has caused partial wakelocks a total of 6062 times for 1 hour and 42 minutes.

My phone has been unplugged for 14 hours 43 minutes. That's quite a bit of wakelock if you ask me
 
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I'm getting better battery life, although I do see it using a bit up itself, it does pay for itself, so-to-speak

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After batteryguru learned my phone, im down to 4%/hr from 12%, i will try it for few more days.

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